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Poster: cosmicharlie Date: Feb 15, 2006 11:28pm
Forum: etree Subject: Nero 6 Express problem

Thinkin that a slower than 48X writing speed is better, I tried to write a music CD at 16X....bad mistake! the Nero stalled as the sound in my PC stack was revving and slowing...no progress on the burn for several minutes, so I hit the "Stop Burn" red button, = no more acsess to anything in Nero burner, I could'nt close or stop it, could not even turn off my PC (off the "Start" function). My burner just kept revving and slowing (the burner sounds) I finally had to manually turn off my PC to reboot and to open the cd tray to remove the blank cd.
Anyone have an idea of the problem? Nero "support" is of little or no help, and now it does not burn at anyspeed.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffDiana Hamilton Date: Feb 16, 2006 2:10am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Nero 6 Express problem

I think there are some Nero tips in threads over at forums.etree.org, check it out and good luck!

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Poster: Homeslice Date: Feb 16, 2006 4:05am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Nero 6 Express problem

I haven't had problems with Nero like that before except when I had a faulty disc and had to reboot. That sounds more like
a burner issue to me. Also you can try running a cd player cleaning disc that has brushes on it. They usualy are CD-ROM compatible and help get dust and any static that might be in there. Otherwise it sounds like you MAY need a new burner. Does it have high usage? Good Luck

Sean

This post was modified by Homeslice on 2006-02-16 12:05:49

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Poster: cousinkix1953 Date: Feb 16, 2006 5:57pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Nero 6 Express problem

You're better off using the Nero 6 Burning Rom with more features and options. These red factory OEM disks can be purchased for less than 10 bucks on line. The 6.3.xxx series has compatability problems with Win. XP Service Pack 2 systems. Free 6.6.1.4 updates are available at most warez sites like Cnet.com.

Try using the older Nero 5.5.10.56 if you have and older CD burner or an earlier Windows platform. The P2P services are full of serials for these. Free SHN and FLAC plugins exist for the above programs.

This is probably the best version for music and much lighter on system resources. A fully installed Nero 5.5.10.56 CD/DVD program is less than 75 MBs in size. The Nero Vision Express 1.0.4.6 is a seperate installation, and not needed if you're just doing music.

Nero Express is mostly for copying CD to CD or making quickies. You don't get to use many of the editing features, that are useful with live shows.

And stay away from the new Nero 7 series, as it still has too many bugs and a lot of useless programs that you'll never use...

This post was modified by cousinkix1953 on 2006-02-17 01:57:32

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Poster: cosmicharlie Date: Feb 17, 2006 12:07am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Nero 6 Express problem

cousinkik1953,
I used the Nero 6 Express.....it's simply not working at the lower speeds like 24X or 16X(or any now). It will stall, then I cannot close it out or even "Stop" the burn. Cannot even turn off my PC the normal way, when its up there.
My free Musicmatch burner still works great (at @ 8X), just takes alot longer. I don't think its my PC.....still, I am an ungeek at computers.
the etree forum is no help yet either
gotta add this edit- It was working great until that fateful day I tried a slower speed.....yet slow works fine with Musicmatch....ohwell

This post was modified by Rastamon on 2006-02-17 08:07:12

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Poster: JodyC Date: Feb 17, 2006 4:42am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Nero 6 Express problem

Just curious Rastamon but why would one use a slower speed?

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